Two and a Half Men (2003–2015)
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Charlie hooks up with Chelsea's best friend, which could cause problems when Chelsea wants to get back together. Meanwhile, Alan is paid handsomely by a chiropractic patient who wants a different kind of adjustment.

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Hearing Chelsea is in Mexico with Brad, Charlie considers himself a free dumpee. So when her best friend Gail offers herself as initiate consolation, Charlie is easy prey. Yet when Chelsea calls having left Brad, Charlie makes Gail leave. Charlie's new receptionist is puzzled by the lustful sounds while he gives single female chiropractics patient Priscilla Honeycutt the massage she craves. Even Charlie looks down upon his acceptance of paying her massage house calls. Meanwhile Chelsea returns, acts indignant about Gail, admits later that was unfair, only to repeat that very injustice. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance

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22 March 2010 (USA)  »

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Alan Harper: [Charlie, Alan and Jake are in a pizzeria] OK. Why don't you let me get this one?
Charlie Harper: Really? You're not gonna go for the world record?
Alan Harper: What are you talking about?
Charlie Harper: 1,647 meals in a row where you haven't taken out your stupid velcro wallet.
Alan Harper: You were counting?
Charlie Harper: Am I close?
Alan Harper: Nevertheless, I am paying for it.
Charlie Harper: Smell that Jake? The air coming out of your father's wallet has been in there since before you were born.
Alan Harper: Very funny.
[Alan to waitress]
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